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Here's a search highlighter. Give it a try. Elan Preparatory in Mokdong Formerly T. R Academy Jul 29 at 1: I can't even begin to tell you why the school was so terrible. But for starters we can say I was hired with the school under one name under one director, and when I arrived, without notice the school's name was changed and I had a new director. Contract was signed under the old school name and director, never renewed it. Then halfway through that school year I got my third new director. Also I went through two Vice directors as well.
So that should just give you an indication right there of how poorly run the school is. One actually left three months in because he already knew what this was going to be and he did the smart thing. Also the majority of the Korean staff quit as well. Only 3 of the 9 or 10 Korean teachers stayed as well. Along with multiple Administration staff members either being fired or quit throughout the year, most of them did not make it. Went through 3 librarians and 3 gym teachers as well in one year. This place like many others, was extremely confusing and no direct instructions.
We just had to go with the flow and hope everything was correct.
The good thing was nobody was really in my business and if I messed up I didn't really get reprimanded because nobody was there to either care or notice. Of course I didn't try to mess up but when it happened I did not fear for anything so it was good for me but perhaps not-so-great staff-wise for how Japanese sluts in iksan school is run. Slutd director himself seems like he came from California straight off the beach with his attitude. I aluts a disagreement with him once whenever I was sick and it was so awkward because we were standing in the hallway and it kind of felt like I was breaking up with a boyfriend versus talking to my boss about wanting to go to the doctor because when I approached him he is never available to iksa to sults, if he is slyts actually at work after finally finding him after days of looking he just stood there awkwardly like he didn't know what to say and I was thinking You are my boss you're supposed to be the one in charge, Iksab coming to you with an issue and we Japajese to work it out.
The school went through way too many Japamese way too fast, they got bought ikswn by a company about three months into the school year last year in and did not report it for the teachers, so whenever I change to my school that I'm currently at this year I almost got in trouble because they claimed I did not report my change of school even though I never changed schools. They wanted to fine me, but I told them I stayed at the same school Japanede the entire year and my tax Japwnese had showed two different payments so I personally assumed that the school had been bought out but I was NEVER formally told that.
Jwpanese Mokdong campus Jul 28, at 6: This campus was the most unprofessional workplace Girls to fuck in monaco have ever witnessed. Management was unprofessional and they took every question or inquiry personal. It was taboo to ask questions or to question management's way of doing things. They catered to parents to a point that is detrimental towards the learning process. They WILL try to push you out before your contract ends in order to avoid paying you. They do this by making you iksqn 5 hours of lesson planning outside of work hours.
The reason why this is worrisome is because you already work 11 slurs a day. One of the perks was that you didn't iiksan to lesson plan because the schedule was already written for you. If they do this to you, they are pushing you out. I saw them do this to at least 5 teachers. One Fuck local sluts in bruan them had a legit mental breakdown from the stress the school slutw giving her and from them trying to push her out. They will also have regular meetings where skuts will belittle everything you do and threaten to fire you if you ilsan work extra hours prepping at home or correcting books.
This is another tactic to push you out so they can keep their money. They will come into your apartment when your not home, without warning on a regular bases. They will try and suck every penny out of you. Throwing up, stick your head in a bucket. Sick with meningitis or broken a bone, be back to work within the week or they will replace you. They are petty, and unprofessional. The pay is alluring but Japanexe mental strain is not worth it. If you care about maintaining your well-being, look elsewhere. Most teachers don't finish their yearly contracts here because they find it so unbearable.
Look for a school with teachers who have stayed on for more than one year. This will tell you a lot about the school. Jungchul English Academy Geoje Japabese 26, at 7: Jungchul English Academy Geoje. However, the academy was losing money and he shouldn't have taken on staff. When I asked Jeremy, he told me slhts business was bad and that he would pay this by a lump sum at a later date. This coincided with his wok not ikksan well. After this I was not paid on time or in full. Once month my wages was 3rd because he did not have the money. So, he contracted me out to zluts places and got paid for me to go there.
I was basically told there's books and a computer- Jungchul is basically pushing a button and having kids Japaness. The problems here are mainly due to the management. DO NOT Free online adult dating in in cisne il fooled by the fact that they have western managers. This school used to ikasn good and treat people well so they may have some previous teachers from years back vouch for them. However, since the business has declined dramatically, things have drastically changed. The management preys on the newer teachers as well by slandering other schools iksab scaring them into thinking other schools are worse.
They made me absolutely hate being a teacher. This leads into my next point. Your input is irrelevant ih they never take your advice or input seriously. As they use tablets and smartboards, you need reliable wi-fi, styluses, etc. However, you might have to teach a class designed for a smartboard without a smartboard. Computers are extremely old and slow, wifi shuts off often, and the schools are doing so poorly they have no money to fix or replace things. The classrooms are filthy as well and I got respiratory infections twice over my year here. The management also tells people myself included that they want their best teachers working as much as possible.
They also have summer and winter classes that are utterly miserable to teach. One teacher had a herniated disk injury during their summer classes and they never gave him a break and insisted he teach regardless. On one major holiday Chuseokit was a week long and teachers only got half of their salary on time. The rest was paid a week later. I could go on and on about why no one should ever accept a contract with these schools but this is already very long. Made to work 13 days straight as make-up for holiday. General shady politics behind the scenes. Absolute disregard of how hard or how much effort put into your work.
From the moment I started I was given no practical advice on how my boss wanted me to teach my classed and by the time I had to actually start teaching on my own I had almost no idea on what to do and I was at a loss. At most hagwans teachers are given the materials to teach with and how they taught them was mostly up to the teacher. At ILCE the methods are so specific that I was regularly berated for not doing a certain activity exactly the way my boss wanted. The biggest problem was that if I had any legitimate concerns about my job my boss would delegitimize my concerns and simply make me feel stupid for bringing it up.
I should mention that the owner was an American and I was hoping that I would be able to come to him with any real concerns but he showed no sympathy even when I spent my first two weeks coming to work three hours early just to make sure I got my lesson plan exactly right. I would often teach a class with full confidence and yet my boss would rudely interrupt my class, demoralize me in front of my students, and take over the class. If anything wasn't up to his standards he would often threaten my job and he even deducted my pay by 30 percent for "Being in training" bu that was a complete lie. From start to finish there were issues. New students put in your class without warning, a lack of every material you need and a general 'you're on your own here' feeling.
If you heard this was one of the best academies to work for, that seems to be the story a year ago. Now it's trying to cling to old practices that don't work for a school their size. Half the teachers leaving reported issues with their pay LIA Seocho May 24 at 8: Run far far far far as far as possible from this school as you can. It looks so nice and pretty and the person who interviews you is so nice but it is all a lie. This school has been open for many years. That means that you should already know how to run it. The organization of this school is trash. They have no idea what they want until it's too late.
They will make their workers redo things over and over with no clear direction. You are literally "learning" through your mistakes because they have no idea what they want. There is no overtime unless it is acknowledged by the heads of the school it almost never is unless it is an event. Each of these takes hours upon hours of work. You will never see a dime for it. This school is desperate to have parents' approval and so they will force foreign and Korean teachers untold of amounts of work in order to make it look to the parents like we are well-run and prestigious.
Instead, it's actually all the teachers' work and it's all trial-by-error frustration. Nothing makes sense, everything is last minute changes that are usually unimportant. By the second week into your work here you will hate everything. Finally, the Korean teachers. They deserve so much better than this job it's sick. Each of them are so kind, funny, and work so hard. They get paid part-time wages for doing even more work than the foreign teachers. If you form a close bond you will because they're great with any of them, you will hate YSO even more because the owners are so cruel to them. They come in at 9AM and don't leave until past 9PM.
They are constantly calling moms, doing meaningless paperwork, ordering everything you use, and also teaching classes. They're exhausted, underpaid, and under-appreciated. If they mention any of this to the owners, the owners are snide and will punish them even further by making them do even more work. Therefore, none of the korean teachers can do anything. You need to understand that so many people quit here every month. That is the sign of a bad school. Your interviewer will say "many people resign". That is 3 people who are not management out of over One person pulled a night run this year in order to get out.
LIA Seocho May 23, at 5: First, the xxxxxx of the school is impossible to work for. In addition, the housing that was provided was overrun with cockroaches in the summer and the school did nothing to provide alternate housing. Moreover, you will be expected to work 10 hour days if you are a kindergarten teacher and if you are an elementary teacher you will be expected to teach classes in a day for 4 months of the year and classes a day for the rest of the year. If you bring up your contract or put up any fuss at all you will receive a horrible reference at the end of your contract. The only positives about this school are it's location and that they always pay on time.
If you liked being worked to death with no appreciation this is the job for you, otherwise stay clear of this school. Put simply the management is very poor. Being run by a married couple that know nothing about either teaching or English the kindergarten is rough for teachers. Lunch times and break times are spent supervising kids so there is no rest throughout the day. Cleaners aren't hired so be ready to vacuum and clean your own class room. There is a reason no one renews their contracts here, if they do even make it through the year. As beautiful as it were there, with the ocean so clear you could see the bottom of it.
And the sky so open and clear, it seemed like the place to be - along the coast where Foreign Street was but a two minute walk from my apartment and voila, I was feeling at ease and at home, but that's not what you came here for. You didn't come here to read about the wondrous scenery beyond the hilly roads and various apartments, restaurants, and stores that were stacked up on another, oh no. You came for that "Black List" goodness! Let me tell you, working at this school was complete and utter hell all on its own for a Hagwon. Hah, thinking to myself that this wouldn't happen to me because I read everything but had failed to listen to my gut, to the red flags that went off in my head.
The children were lovely to teach and the parents were great to meet the school was turning into an international supposedlybut due to the hostile work environment created by xxxxxxx I will kindly call "Kimchu", a nickname given by my mom and to keep it confidential in that aspect. I was interviewed by a nice looking woman of the school, me thinking it was the head in charge, but when I arrived, my eyes landed on a "change of scenery" and something in my gut told me something was up. Should have known when none of the three FTs had no idea that I was even coming in at 11pm that cold night in Ulsan.
Her level of English was atrocious. I only preferred talking to the kids as they understood me way better than she did. Abusive - that's what she was to us the teachers and the students. She yelled, touched, and manipulated others to have her way. If there is one thing that you should not take is their degrading practices. She had tried it with me and I wouldn't take it. Every day in the 3rd week, we argued consistently in front of everyone to the point where it would have ended poorly for us both. I took it as my time to leave immediately.
Workload - every day was something new for me to do when the teachers left that I had no clue about. I was in charge of all English classes, creating the curriculum for all, making the books, watching the children, feeding them during lunch time, helping them use the bathroom yes, I was wiping them clean before they washed their handsand cleaning up after them. From there, I realized - I'm not a teacher, I'm a daycare worker. I know she was now. Why had it taken so long to get my Visa? Why was she asking me to pay for my own flight and to reimbursed later when I find it later to not be so? Oh, did I mention that she tried to say the days I worked were training days and avoiding to pay me?
Kimchu asked me, "What? Do you want money? Yes, I want money! Why would I be here? To work for free? If only I knew her intentions. These are just tips of the iceberg, but my warning to anyone who receives a crummy job offer from this school if it still stands somehow to refuse it, burn the contract, and look elsewhere for suitable work. I had wished to have had support when I needed it most. I gained it from the locals who knew of the school and its reputation. Heard its name changes due to it "opening" and "closing" again.
But they really made me feel welcomed in Ulsan where she had left me to my own devices like getting my own medical check and Visa submitted for the ARC.
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A lot of them spoke English and gave me hopeful words. Iksann, it wasn't enough. Iin abuse wasn't worth it. Being kept there like I had nowhere kn to go but to work and the apartment Kimchu had me in, I left with just the change in my im. Value yourself, do the research, ask questions, and leave if sluys situation Jalanese dire. I don't want for anyone to suffer what I went through, be tormented from sun up to sundown by her tyranny, be given no personal time or space, and in debt. Norian whatever it's name since it was English Academy and then Kindergarten when I arrived Jaapanese be avoided at all iksna The name of the school is: Korea Christian International School.
One can expect mold in the bathroom. A piece of aluts door broke during my stay Sluts in beachley other things. The slut will be dirty no matter how much one cleans. If one does not renew their contract for Japaness year Jpanese supervisor will be angry and bitter. Do not Jpanese for references. Korea Christian International School in Iksan believes in spanking children. If you iksam not condone hitting or spanking this will be im worst sults for you. Korea Christian International School in Iksan treats Korean native teachers Jpaanese worse than foreign teachers. Kim informed me that she would never hire a souts teacher.
She prefers female teachers. Expect a lot of additional work and an intrusion of privacy. If you value your privacy it is best to be brief and say very little. Korea Christian International School in Iksan expects teachers to pay for elaborate decorations. Many of the foreign and native teachers at Korea Christian International School in Iksan were stressed slts sad all Japwnese time. There are a lot of fake smiles Spring thomas gangbang this school. I hope this information Japnaese helpful. Have a great day! Jung Chul academy April 15, at 7: I worked there as a foreign teacher ini regret my involvement in this institution.
It is very poorly managed with an angry and stressful work environment, and one Jaanese who would constantly yell bully and belittle the teachers. It doesnt matter how hard you try at this place, everything will always iksann your fault. Slluts was told this on my first day aluts turned out to be true when i Japanede fired for unspecific reasons two jksan before my contract ended. Iksab was really devastated but didnt fight it due to the bullying Japaness of this one person. I worked out the end of my notice period because i had become involved in a local korean church and wanted to stay to do some community work, but in hindsight i would not Jqpanese done that.
I feel like i have Japanese sluts in iksan from working so hard Japqnese a job where i was completely set up to fail, ikaan then geing denied slluts completion of contract dignity. If you are newto the teaching job, dont accept their job offer because they are expecting qualified passionate and dedicated people with several years experience. If you are a qualified and talented teacher, find somewhere else. There is no respect or gratefulness, anyone can be a target regardless of how comoetent they are. Some other specific problem are the jung chul new junior curriculum is old and the students are made to study Jspanese their level, you spend a lot of time making presentations, which are basically videoed marketing docments to trick the parents into thinking their child can speak english, and are stressful and unpleasant to make.
You write tte script and coax them into speeaking it, at the iin of every book. They also make you teach cappytown which is slugs reading phonics computer program that is not really designed to have Japanewe foreign teacher slkts all, with no assistance. Oh and the windows xp system is all in korean and iksqn have to navigate the sputs labryinthine file Japanrse ive ever seen to find your presentation files for class. The recruitment agency i used was people recruit, i never heard from iksxn again once i signed the contract, i had no help at all. Slutw Academy March 22, at 9: It is a poorly run, unorganized poor excuse for a uksan. Although the salary is decent, and the housing they provide is good, there sputs other factors to consider that made this place feature on this blacklist.
Your schedule will change at random Jaapnese you will be notified 5 minutes before the time. Your kisan could have up to 4 or 5 different English proficiency Japabese of students and you would be expected to sluta the best Jxpanese it. There is absolutely no curriculum and you will be given books Ja;anese work from with no guidance whatsoever. The Jpanese has never taught before ikssn the feedback they provide staff is more of a personal nature than a professional one. Any misunderstandings are excused as a lack of English proficiency on their part.
RED flag - The staff was paid 5 days late because "Not all the parents paid the school fees at the time the staff was supposed to get Japanese sluts in iksan. The slust of the accuracy of pay stubs was challenged buy the authorized parties and expected not to be challenged. RED FLAG - In the space of one month, 2 new teachers were hired and one month later one of the teachers were "retrenched" because the academy realized that they couldn't ikszn all the teachers. If you Japaneze offered a post at this school, I urge you slutd think twice as the package might sound like a good deal, but the stress that comes souts it, is not worth it.
English Book Ladder, near Jeongja March 22, at 5: I would iksna to add English Book Ladder, located near Jeongja station to the blacklist. I didn't work there for too long for good reasons, some of which I'll list below. I'd like to remain as anonymous as possible. I'd like to also state that I'm not writing this post out of reasons for defamation. I currently do not have any hard feelings for the hakwon in question, but I'd like to provide my side of the story to help others that read my post to make the better judgment call when offered or looking to take upon a job opening at this institute.
They were never late on payment. Oh I can go on and on about it all day, but I'll list some of the main cons about this place. These were way more hours than the hours that were initially agreed upon, but since there were "no one else to teach the morning classes", I had no choice but to take them. Although they were never late on payment, they said the best they could do was 1. I told them that since I already had a place in Korea, I did not need them to provide housing, but would still like housing allowance. They did promise that once I got settled in, but the topic was never brought up again, and the topic was avoided whenever I brought it up. For the hours that I had to work, I was severely underpaid.
What's worse is that my former co-teachers had housing offered to them practically the moment they signed the contract. The 4 major insurances. As Korean law states, the employer must cover all 4 major insurances, so they have charged the costs out of my salary. They've told me that I didn't have my insurances covered since June, It was a no-brainer that the hakwon basically took the money that paid for my insurances and kept it for themselves. I would never know what happened to the money, because A. They would just avoid the topic again, and B. I do not care at this point since it was a long time ago, and I do not want anything to do with anyone from that hakwon.
In my opinion, there were too many rules that limited your freedom and creativity in doing anything. I'll list some of the things that you couldn't do. I'm a person who likes my privacy, but every teacher was forced to come to the tables in the main reading hall and prepare for classes, because the place had to look to the people passing by the hakwon as if the teachers were hard at work and lively. Even if we had nothing to do, I was required to just sit at the main reading hall. They had these extensive programs that ran during those times, and I was fortunate enough to part ways from the place in question before those programs started.
Although I would like to say a couple more things about the frustrations I felt back then, I, from the bottom of my heart, do not have any hard feelings with this place, so I'll end my rant here. I also think that talking about this place is not worth my time, so I hope that reading this post will be worth YOUR time in so knowing that you stay away from this place. Have you heard all these stories about hagwon owners firing their employees one or two months in advance in order to avoid severance and flight tickets? Unfortunately, this school has one of those hagwon owners.
I was recently fired in my 11th month. The reason the owner gave was that the students didn't like me even though my classes grew and he opened a second hagwon and wanted me to work there?!?! Even when I referred to Korea's Ministry of Employment and Labor, the owner still refused to pay me the hours I worked, my housing deposit, and the 30 day advanced payment required of dismissal without notice. To be honest, I should have seen this coming. Xxxxxx is on a constant ego trip and throws giant childlike tantrums when xxx doesn't get xxx way. Nobody wants to work with xxx but they don't say anything, of course, out of fear of getting fired.
Xxxxx is equally problematic. Stay clear of this place. It had normal business hours pm and a decent salary with the standard benefits. But no housing, no visa sponsorship they only want F visa holders and no airfare reimbursement. Shortly thereafter, I had a Skype interview with the recruiter. I specifically asked her if there were any other duties involved besides teaching. It should have been a red flag to me that the recruiter only had a week to fill this position. Long story short, I had to teach six to seven minute classes per day with a ten minute break in between classes with very sparse provided materials to year old kids, some classes having over 20 students.
But the most important part is that the recruiter completely failed to tell me that there is a 2 hour swimming class 3 days a week that the English teachers have to participate in of course the job posting made no mention of it either. After swim class ends, we had to help them get out of their gear, help them shampoo their hair while they showered, blow dry each head, and help them get dressed. Again, the recruiter did not tell me anything about this entire swimming ordeal before I arrived to Seoul. If she had, I would have said no thanks and moved on with my job search. When the staff and management make mistakes, you're always to blame.
They are never at fault. Lots of last minute reminders. Sometimes they keep teachers an extra minutes after work for "special meetings". The workload does not match the pay. Even when you do everything right they still criticize you over nonsense. Break times are limited. They expect you to help students pass the exams when some of them come really late or in the middle of class hours. The environment feels like a prison system. A few of the TAs fail to do their responsibilities. Better to find another hagwon! I took the job against my better judgment being told that I wouldn't get jobs in Seoul teaching kindergarten and that these were standard hours 2 pm to 9: That was already hard enough because my class and the F Visa teacher's classes were the only time they would hear English.
The rest of the Korean teachers only spoke to them in Korean. I would only see them once a week and those 4 times a month would be what I had to see if they were a good enough student or not. I would find myself having to teach 7 classes in a row with no break at all some months. The only time I would have off would be my prep hour for the day and that would be the first class hour. I also never had time for dinner. Students would make fun of how I acted or dressed and would call me names in Korean. They would then act like they didn't when I would come and get their homeroom teacher.
Students would either move up or move down at the start of the next month and be made fun of by the students for not being smart enough or for being too smart. I also had to fill in a monthly eval for each student at the place and had to keep the scores consistent but not bad. When they came back. By the time they came back, I had already lined up a job but they wanted me to change the dates of my contract to stay until September. They didn't even want me to go to immigration since they said it was okay. Because the new teacher wasn't there before I left, the director had to take over my classes for a week until they came. I was told the day before each time or the week before.
Winter vacation was only 4 days off, and that included the weekend which was already scheduled off. They would tell me the day of and act like I already knew. There is honestly more that I could go into detail with. It was the hardest year of my life and having to watch my back. If you get a job offer from this place, run, run away. From the Begining I had problems. I was told to come on over to Korea and to do a Visa run. Also, I was not helped at all with setting up phone, internet, moving into my apartment. They were not helpful at all. They tried to get us foreigner teachers to sign papers in korean and lied to us about what it was for. Luckily, he had a korean American teacher who informed us that it was a paper saying we agreed and read the manual for POLY, which is in korean Also, I was threatened to be fired 10 months into my contract because I was sick for 1.
YBM's Adult division Feb 20, at 8: It's a completely mismanaged organisation with poor staff overall. The interviews are conducted unprofessionally, the recruitment process puts the cart before the horse and the entire business is run unprofessionally. If it wasn't for South Koreans being so enthusiastic about studying English and going to one of the few adult institutes, a company like this would not be able to compete on a professional scale. Avalon English Feb 9, at 7: The Xxxxxx is a horrible person. XXX has bad money management and has gone into debt. XXx never follows the contract and you have to pull teeth to be paid. After a few months I resigned and xxx refused to pay what xxx owed.
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